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>> Saturday, March 28, 2015

Good morning!
Happy almost Easter to you!

Other miscellaneous: Spellbinder dies, embossing folder, ribbon, pearls and 3M foam tape.
I did an easy easel card today so that I could show the beautiful Easter Lily and crosses stamped image WITH the scripture at the same time! I is so wonderfully lovely together.  Easter has such special meaning to Christians all over the world, and this card, says why.
The die I used for the scripture sentiment has the embossed lilies on it, I just colored in the embossing so it is not a stamp.  The die just went with the image stamp so well I loved using it on this card.
My Easter lilies may look a little different to you and they are.  Out where I live, in the forest by streams, we have Tiger lilies that look just like these, so, I couldn't help myself!
The easel card is very easy to make.  This one is a piece of cardstock 4 1/4" X 11" scored at 5 1/2" and then again at 8 1/4".  Fold the card in half and then up again at the 8 1/4" score line so that the bottom edge of your card in now at the top.  Glue another piece of cardstock 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" on just the half folded up (it should now be the size of a regular 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" card).  Now, to make your top stay open as shown here, you will need something 3-D inside (about half way up from the bottom of the card) to use as a catch.  In this case I used a popped up layer with my die cut.  You could use a rose or other 3-D object but remember, you will want to be able to mail the card! Using a popped up layer is best for mailing I believe, it still folds flat. Here is a diagram in case you might be confused with my write up.


I hope you will give this a try.  I find it very useful when my sentiment is large and I don't want to cover my image in any way. 
Have a great weekend!  I get to go to a paper crafting retreat!! Yippee!
Robin

7 comments:

Shelia said...

Thanks for sharing the details on your easy easel card. I'll have to try it!

This is a gorgeous Easter card! Beautiful dies & lovely colors!

Janett Ray said...

Beautiful card, great die goes so well with the image.

Karin said...

Wow, so so pretty! I love the blue and yellow color combination and your fantastic coloring on the image is out of this world too. Thanks for the details on how you made the card and I hope you had a fun weekend!

Sue said...

OMG!!! This is BEAUTIFUL!!!! So much to say...Love the blue on white, awesome coloring and the sentiment oval is phenomenal with the colored accents and die cuts!

Samantha said...

Such a gorgeous card, Robin! Your coloring is lovely and I just love the yellow peeking out from behind the image.

Jennifer E. said...

Beautiful!!! I love the overall card design and the blue and yellow colors are beautiful together--fab coloring too!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Gorgeous, Robin! I love the colors you used and your detailed instructions are wonderful. Beautiful!

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